Pinacoteca Di Brera, Milan

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Pinacoteca Di Brera, Milan - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Via Brera, 28, 20011 Milan, Italy

Phone: +39-0272263264

Ticket Price: 10 EUR

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 08:30 am - 10:15 pm Details

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The Brera Picture Gallery is the main public gallery for paintings in Milan, Italy. See some of the world’s most stunning, centuries-old paintings from Italian masters including Caravaggio and Raphael. The gallery’s collection is housed in a 19th century monastery. Not visiting this art gallery would definitely be a big miss! Plenty of artistic elements are exhibited nicely to allure the visitors. You can save time by pre-purchasing tickets for the gallery. More than children, this place can be enjoyed by adults or teenagers. Being a well-known traveling spot, reaching The Brera Picture Gallery will not be a problem for the visitors. The attraction is included in Milan Itinerary 3 days

Pinacoteca Di Brera Information

  • Last admission is half an hour before it closes.
  • Complete facilities for people with disabilities.
  • Don’t forget to see exhibitions.
  • Visitors can book ticket in advance.
  • You are allowed to take a guide with you.

Pinacoteca Di Brera Ticket Prices

  • Tickets: € 10
  • Reduced-rate tickets: € 7
  • Admission is free every first Sunday of the month, however for exhibitions, you need a separate ticket.
  • For those who eligible for free tickets, refer to the website.
  • The Pinacoteca di Brera is open until 10.15pm every Thursday evening from October 20th to December 29th. The entry fee during this time remains 2 euro starting from 6.00pm until ticket office closure at 09.40pm.

Pinacoteca Di Brera Opening and Closing Hours

  • Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday- Sunday: Ticket office open till 6:40pm.
  • Thursday: Ticket office open till 9:40pm.

How To reach Pinacoteca Di Brera by Public Transport

  • Milano Centrale Train Station

Restaurants Near Pinacoteca Di Brera

  • Kim Bar: Wine & Cocktails
  • Warsa: Asian Food
  • Bice: Seafood Pasts

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  • I loved the collection, you can enjoy art pieces from different periods. Found one painting of Rubens (The Last Supper), one of Caravaggio. Typically you will spend there 1h or more. 1st Sunday of the month is Free of charge! I recommend also to visit the souvenir shop.

  • One of the best art gallery museum in Milan, no not leave Milan whiteout be there. Also in the same building important art school. The district is really nice and art shows and gallery

  • Large gallery with plenty of events going on, as well as being the seat of a very pretty and aesthetically-pleasing library. The building is ancient, and the statue of Napoleon is amusing to look at! A few words of advice, though: on some days it may be very busy (you'll have to navigate past hordes of students) and perhaps this place is *too* large (getting around in the building is tough unless you have a local with you). Also, getting into the library hall can be difficult as you'll need a valid justification and an ID to enter. Hence, prepare yourself with prescription glasses on your nose, a book in your left hand and a good excuse to enter in your right hand – they might just let you in!

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  • Free on the first Sunday of the Month This is the best art collection we get to see in Milan, although it is predominantly religious with untold numbers paintings of Madonna and child there are some great and significant pieces of art. It is well worth the queue to get in and do get a map to help guide you through, this will also point out the significant works of art in the different rooms. My only other advice would be to use the seats when available, there is a lot to see here and a sit down to take it in every now and again is highly recommended. Add this to your list of things to see in Milan it is worth it especially when you get a free visit on the first Sunday of the month.

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  • An huge and great place to visit. A must see place to everyone that loves to be in touch with the romantic and religious art of Italy.

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